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[movies]Jack Wickert Interview
An interview with Jack Wickert, former member of the SF Mime Troupe and cofounder of "The Farm."
Keywords: Mission District; SF Mime Troupe; The Farm
Downloads: 17
[movies]Lauren Elder Interview
An interview with Bay Area artist Lauren Elder, discussing her life at the Reno Hotel, her career, and the art scene in San Francisco from the mid-1970s to present.
Keywords: Art; Reno Hotel; Contraband; Bicycling; San Francisco
Downloads: 17
[movies]Bruce Hartford Interview Clips, Part 2
Interview with Bay Area activist Bruce Hartford, part 2 of 2.
Keywords: 1971 Longshoremen's strike; San Francisco Waterfront; San Francisco; SF State; Counterculture; Activism; US Labor Movement
Downloads: 11
[movies]Bruce Hartford Interview Clips, Part 1 - FoundSF
Set of interview clips with Bay Area activist Bruce Hartford (1 of 2)
Keywords: SF State Strike, San Francisco, Activism
Downloads: 8
[movies]Bruce Hartford's Early Days - Shaping San Francisco
Youth and upbringing; early involvement in civil rights and labor movements.
Keywords: SF State; Freedom Summer; Civil Rights Movement
Downloads: 52
[movies]Italians In SF During WWII - Shaping San Francisco
Regina Alioto and her mother Josephine Firpo-Alioto describe how Frank Alioto (father and husband) worked with the Coast Guard during WWII and had to enforce the ban on non-citizen Italian fishermen going to sea. Further descriptions reveal the arbitrary and unfair treatment of Italians by the U.S. government during the WWII period.
Keywords: WWII; Fisherman's Wharf; coast guard; fishing ban; Italians; Italian Americans; POWs
Downloads: 159
[movies]Pietro Alioto Ice Cream And Prohibition - Shaping San Francisco
Regina Alioto describes her great-grandfather Pietro Alioto and his successful candy and ice cream store on Lombard and Mason in San Francisco.
Keywords: Italian; Alioto; North Beach; Prohibition
Downloads: 88
[movies]John Knox On Noe Valley 1970s - Shaping San Francisco
John Knox, Executive Director of the Earth Island Institute in Berkeley, has been a resident of Noe Valley since the early 1970s. Here he describes some early community activism he was involved in and some of the old-timers he ran up against, as well as a funny anecdote about an awards ceremony with Mayor Moscone in City Hall.
Keywords: Noe Valley; neighborhood association; community organizing; solar homes; 1970s solar energy; beautification
Downloads: 127
[movies]APEN Francis Calpotura - Shaping San Francisco
Francis Calpotura describes the importance of an identity-based organization, Asian Pacific Environmental Network, in organizing communities around environmental justice concerns.
Keywords: environmental justice; Asian Pacific Environmental Network; APEN; Asian American; identity politics
Downloads: 48
[movies]Anti Economy League In Eastern Europe April 1990 - Chris Carlsson and Michael Whitson
In April 1990, some friends toured the East, from East Berlin to Sczcezin, Poland, to Gdansk, Warsaw, and Wroclaw, and finally to Prague, Czechoslovakia. We encountered a wildcat train strike across the border in Poland which at the time seemed rather momentous, with aspiring middle-class politicians representing "Solidarnosc" pitted against the rank-and-file train workers. We rode across Poland in a cab, met anarchists and other radicals along the way, and even have a short clip of the Orange A...
Keywords: Anti-Economy League of San Francisco; Eastern Europe; East Berlin; Poland; Gdansk; Solidarnosc; Solidarity; Warsaw; Wroclaw; Orange Alternative; Prague; Radio Free Prague; Czechoslovakia; dissent; dissident politics
Downloads: 279
[movies]Shaping SF 3 Percent Solution - Shaping San Francisco
The 3% Solution Campaign, a summer sustainer drive to support Shaping San Francisco as a public utility providing essential history to the city of San Francisco: walking and bicycle tours, public Talks (both live and archived online at shapingsf.org), and our ever-expanding archive of local history at foundsf.org.
Keywords: history; Shaping San Francisco; FoundSF.org; sustainers; 3 percent solution; fundraising campaign
Downloads: 322
[movies]Shaping SF 3 Percent Solution - Shaping San Francisco
Summer 2014 campaign video to gain long-term sustainers to support the ongoing work of Shaping San Francisco, a vital public utility (though seldom recognized as such) that provides a living archive of San Francisco, and by the project's very existence, holds down an important niche in the local cultural ecology of the City. Walking and Bicycle history tours, Public Talks both live and archived online, and the ever-expanding archive at Foundsf.org are irreplaceable treasures of San Francisco's c...
Keywords: history; politics; ecology; tours; bicycles; walking; fundraising; support; sustainers; 3% Solution
Downloads: 28
[movies]Campfire: Sandy Juarez and Jason Wallach - Adriana Camarena
Jason and Sandy were evicted from 6511 Raymond St. Oakland by Dan Daigle. They had been living there 3 years and 5 months, since they arrived to the Bay Area. An Oakland story was included because few people understand that the epidemic of evictions is wrecking havoc in Bay Area wide communities. Residents of San Francisco have approved regulations to protect tenants, and despite this democratic exercise, real estate speculators find loopholes to damage communities...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Sandy Juarez; Jason Wallach; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 65
[movies]Campfire: Lauren Swiger - Adriana Camarena
Lauren Montana Swiger is an activist, musician, and community member who was evicted from the Mission, along with her teenage daughter. It was an Owner-Move-In eviction, one of three kinds of no-fault evictions displacing San Franciscan families and communities. Montana and her daughter were forced to relocate to Berkeley. It’s pretty there, but they mourn the loss of daily living in a community that they toiled to create with other parents and kids to challenge the stereotypes of oppression r...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Lauren Swiger; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 90
[movies]Campfire: Steven Black - Adriana Camarena
Steven has lived in San Francisco for 30 years. He was evicted from his apartment at 940 Capp Street after 26 years of living there by the resident owners of the house via family members move-in. He feels this move-in eviction was retaliation for, among other justifiable actions, his declining to sign a new and illegal rental agreement that would have doubled his rent. Karen Uchiyama, Esq. was their counsel...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Steven Black; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 40
[movies]Campfire: Zeph Fishlyn - Adriana Camarena
Zeph works as a cultural activist at the intersections of art, social justice, and the transgressive body. Since 2011, Zeph has helped move 35 friends due to eviction and has focused on creative direct action responding to the economic crisis and displacement. Zeph was evicted in 2012 along with 16 artists from the Million Fishes Collective, which used to stand at Bryant and 23rd. The spiritless office space that now inhabits the former collective space sits directly across from the infamous Loc...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Zeph Fishlyn; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 40
[movies]Campfire: Michael Whitson - Adriana Camarena
Michael "Med-O" Whitson and LisaRuth Elliot were flatmates at 1668 Page St. in the Haight. After their building was sold and they initially refused to accept a buy-out settlement, the new owners hired the leading landlord law firm of Fried & Williams to pursue an Ellis Act Eviction in 2013.Michael has lived 32 years in the Bay Area and 30 of those years in his apartment on Page St. He is a community builder, musician, poet, writer, and activist, which is why he moved to San Francisco in 1982...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Michael Med-o Whitson; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 49
[movies]Campfire: LisaRuth Elliott - Adriana Camarena
Michael "Med-O" Whitson and LisaRuth Elliot were flatmates at 1668 Page St. in the Haight. After their building was sold and they initially refused to accept a buy-out settlement, the new owners hired the leading landlord law firm of Fried & Williams to pursue an Ellis Act Eviction in 2013.LisaRuth lived on Page Street for 3 and 1/2 years. LisaRuth is a community historian, artist, bread baker, urban farmer, writer, editor, everyday bicyclist, activist, and San Francisco resident of 18 years...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; LisaRuth Elliott; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 39
[movies]Campfire: Donna Johnson - Adriana Camarena
Donna, her husband Robert “Jawara” Johnson, and the family dogs Xochitl (age 4) and DJ (age 2 and ½) were served with Ellis Act eviction papers in 2012, and forced out of their 73-B Pearl Street in San Francisco by serial evictors Kwok Chung Wong and Har Kwan Luk. Since 2003, this company has Ellis Acted 30 units in San Francisco, including the 6 units at Donna’s former home building on Pearl Street.
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Donna Johnson; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation; Unsettlers
Downloads: 59
[movies]Campfire: Rio Yanez - Adriana Camarena
Río Yañez, alongside his mother and father – Yolanda Lopez and Rene Yañez – are being evicted from their family home at San Jose Ave, near 26th Street in the Mission by Realty West. His family has lived in the same apartment on San Jose Ave. since 1978. The original footage was captured on January 17, 2014 as part of a storytelling circle called "Campfire: Eviction Ghost Stories and Other Housing Horrors." This mini-clip is part of a series of mini-clips honoring fourteen City storytelle...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Rio Yañez; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 53
[movies]Campfire: Polo Gonzalez - Adriana Camarena
Polo Gonzalez is a Mission District local. He has been involved in community services since his youth, including graffiti abatement programs, volunteering at event security for Carnival, and most recently, collaborating with the DJ Project at Horizons Unlimited, which teaches youth creative and business management skills. Today, he is a manager at a Philz Coffeehouse, where he politely admonishes clients who call The Mission, “The Mish”, to please call it by its proper name...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Polo Gonzalez; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 39
[movies]Campfire: Eviction Stories from the Mission District - Adriana Camarena
Three residents of the Mission District of San Francisco: Polo Gonzalez, Sarah Brendt, and Rio Yañez share their stories of eviction. They are lifelong San Franciscans, respectively, a cafe manager, a public school teacher, and an artist. In their narratives they also represent their elders: Ana Gutierrez (Polo’s senior mom), Mary Phillips (Sarah’s 98 year old neighbor), and Rene Yañez and Yolanda Lopez (Rio’s parents and legendary Mission artists)...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Rio Yanez; Sarah Brendt; Yolanda Lopez; Rene Yanez; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation; Unsettlers
Downloads: 222
[movies]Campfire: Tom Rapp & Patricia Kerman - Adriana Camarena
Patricia Kerman, now a disabled senior citizen, has lived in her current flat for the past 27 years and Tom Rapp has lived there as her roommate for the last 15 of them. They are being Ellis Acted from their home by their landlord Kaushik Dattani.The original footage was captured on January 17, 2014 as part of a storytelling circle called "Campfire: Eviction Ghost Stories and Other Housing Horrors." This mini-clip is part of a series of mini-clips honoring fourteen City storytellers who shared t...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Tom Rapp; Patricia Kerman; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation; Kaushik Dattani
Downloads: 117
[movies]Campfire: Sarah Brandt - Adriana Camarena
Sarah Brandt is a San Francisco public school teacher and lifelong City dweller, who is currently being Ellis Act evicted from her Mission District apartment, alongside her 98 year old neighbor, Mary Elizabeth (M.E. or Emmy) Phillips. Emmy has lived in her home for over 40 years.  The original footage was captured on January 17, 2014 as part of a storytelling circle called "Campfire: Eviction Ghost Stories and Other Housing Horrors." This mini-clip is part of a series of mini-clips honoring fou...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Sarah Brandt; Mary Phillips; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 150
[movies]Campfire Eviction Stories Series: Benito Santiago - Adriana Camarena
Benito Santiago is a disabled elder, musician, and public school teacher currently being Ellis Act evicted from his lifelong San Francisco home on Duboce Street. The original footage was captured on January 17, 2014 as part of a storytelling circle called "Campfire: Eviction Ghost Stories and Other Housing Horrors." This mini-clip is part of a series of mini-clips honoring fourteen City storytellers who shared their eviction horror stories that evening around the fire...
Keywords: Campfire; Eviction; Ellis Act; Mission District; Adriana Camarena; Benito Santiago; CalHumanities; Kenneth Rainin Foundation
Downloads: 112
[movies]Reclaim May Day 1998 - Whispered Media
Reclaim May Day 1998 was organized by a coalition of political groups, including Art & Revolution, Shaping San Francisco, Eviction Defense Committee, Food Not Bombs, Reclaiming, and others. It was full-on parade starting at Mission and Steuart, proceeding to Yerba Buena Gardens, UN Plaza, 16th Street BART plaza, and ending at Dolores Park. It started in the rain and ended in beautiful sunshine. Maybe 1,000 people joined in, all without permits, and about a dozen different performances were stage...
Keywords: performance; parade; MayDay; dissent; anarchy; Emma Goldman; Shaping San Francisco; Rememberator; Food Not Bombs; Evictions; Landlords
Downloads: 256
[movies]Herb Mills Solidarity And Morality - Shaping San Francisco
Herb Mills, retired Secretary-Treasurer of ILWU Local 10, describes here the solidarity among longshoremen on the job which gives rise to moral actors, reinforcing an ethical system of mutual respect and mutual aid that was the underpinning of the longshore union during its heyday from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Keywords: longshoremen; ILWU; morality; solidarity; cooperation; mutual aid
Downloads: 878
[movies]The Farm (documentary) - Mike Kavanaugh, MaryEllen Churchill, and Kathy Katz
A 47-minute documentary about San Francisco's "The Farm," which was a remarkable urban laboratory and creative space, in addition to being a farm with animals, vegetables, fruit trees, farmers, circus performers, discussions, performance, punk rock shows, and much much more...
Keywords: The Farm; Jack Wickert; Bonnie Ora Sherk; urban farming; urban gardening; circus; children; performance; Frisco Bay Mussel Group; Planet Drum
Downloads: 1,644
[movies]Herb Mills The Old Days - Shaping San Francisco
Retired Secretary-Treasurer Herb Mills (ILWU Local 10) talks about the "old days" on the waterfront, both from the point of view of the longshoremen who came out of the notorious "shape-up"of the 1920s and found dignity and respect and good wages via the union, but also the scene along the waterfront in those long-lost days... saloons, bars, cafes, diners, peep shows, hotels, meeting rooms... crowded with people coming and going from near and far, a lively and forgotten scene along the "City Fro...
Keywords: waterfront; City Front; longshoremen; ILWU; dockworkers
Downloads: 409
[movies]Herb Mills A Highly Skilled Job - Shaping San Francisco
Retired Secretary-Treasure of ILWU Local 10 Herb Mills gives an entertaining and eloquent description of the labor process of longshoring pre-containerization, detailing how the solidarity and moral cohesion of the men was created through their shared labor in the holds of ships and on docks along San Francisco's industrial waterfront. Interviewed in 1996 by Chris Carlsson and Steve Stallone for the Shaping San Francisco prjoect.
Keywords: longshoremen; longshoring; dockers; dock work; ILWU; winches; hoists; cranes; solidarity
Downloads: 285
[movies]Harry Hay on Language and Labels in the 1930s - Shaping San Francisco
Another clip from the 1996 video interview with Mattachine Society founder Harry Hay in which he describes the absence of language to describes gays in the 1930s. The word "homosexual" wasn't even in the dictionary until about 1939, so he recounts how men in the community back then would refer to each other as "that way" or on a good day as "temperamental."
Keywords: gay; gay identity; homosexual; 1930s; sociology; language; self-reference
Downloads: 1,795
[movies]Harry Hay on 19th century Remittance Men - Shaping San Francisco
A short clip from a longer 1996 interview with Mattachine Society founder Harry Hay in which he describes the common 19th century phenomenon of "Remittance Men." They were the outcast, typically gay, children of well-off families who were sent "as far away as possible," i.e. to San Francisco or Vancouver, where they could carry on their lives without shaming the families...
Keywords: gay; homoesexual; remittance men; 19th century; dandy; upper class
Downloads: 561
[movies]Susan Swift on antinuclear politics and organized labor - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from the Ecology Emerges interview with Susan Swift. She is a former Abalone Alliance staffer who grew disaffected and resigned a year after the big Diablo Canyon direct action campaign, in part due to the inability of the Abalone Alliance to make alliances with organized labor,or to even consider the plight of folks who couldn't easily take days of their lives to sit in jails, or camp out in protest, etc.
Keywords: Abalone Alliance; ecology; anti-nuclear; labor; tactics
Downloads: 358
[movies]Susan Swift on Antinuclear politics,organized labor, and tactics - Shaping San Francisco
Excerpted from the Ecology Emerges interview with Susan Swift. She is a former Abalone Alliance staffer who grew disaffected and resigned a year after the big Diablo Canyon direct action campaign, in part due to the inability of the Abalone Alliance to make alliances with organized labor,or to even consider the plight of folks who couldn't easily take days of their lives to sit in jails, or camp out in protest, etc.
Keywords: Abalone Alliance; ecology; anti-nuclear; labor; tactics
Downloads: 209
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Linda Weiner2 - Shaping San Francisco
Part of Shaping San Francisco's "Ecology Emerges" series of interviews, in this one Linda Weiner describes her involvement with the northern California chapter of the Sierra Club, her work on global climate change and environmental justice, including some reflection on her own trajectory from social service work into environmentalism.
Keywords: Ecology; climate change; global warming; environmental justice; Sierra Club
Downloads: 640
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Susan Swift - Shaping San Francisco
Susan Swift was involved in the Abalone Alliance anti-nuclear efforts of the late 1970s and early 1980s. She was one of the only paid staffers during the lead-up to the big blockade and occupation of the PG&E Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant. She has also been involved in a variety of environmental and labor campaigns during the years.
Keywords: ecology; anti-nuclear; Diablo Canyon; Abalone Alliance; economy; work
Downloads: 736
[movies]Americana Game SF State 1968 - Shaping San Francisco
Former SDS activist Bruce Hartford describes how the local chapter at San Francisco State College created a game called "Americana" on the commons prior to the big strike in 1968. A Shaping San Francisco interview conducted by LisaRuth Elliott and shot by Chris Carlsson in June 2011.
Keywords: San Francisco State; 1968; SDS; anti-war; 60s; Sixties; alienation; student movement
Downloads: 471
[movies]Fleet Week 2011 - Matthew Chong
A medley of images from Fleet Week in San Francisco by Matthew Chong
Keywords: Fleet Week; militarism; patriotism; San Francisco
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[movies]Ecology Emerges: Lenny Siegel - Shaping San Francisco
Another interview in the series of Ecology Emerges inquiries, this one with Lenny Siegel long-time activist in the South Bay, director of the Pacific Studies Center, anti-war and anti-nuke activist, fighter against toxic waste, and much more...
Keywords: ecology; anti-war; environmentalism; left; toxic waste; anti-militarism; anti-nuclear
Downloads: 434
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Nikki Henderson - Shaping San Francisco
Nikki Henderson, executive director of People's Grocery in Oakland, sits down to add her story to our Ecology Emerges series of interviews, tracking the arc of ecological activism from the early conservation movement to the environmentalism of the late 1960s and early 1970s, through the radicalizing direct action ecologists and finally to the environmental and social justice activists of the early 21st century.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; water pollution; urban gardening
Downloads: 322
[movies]Recycling Histories - Shaping San Francisco
Ruth Gravanis, longtime San Francisco ecological activist and former board member of San Francisco Tomorrow and Mission Creek Conservancy, along with Karen Pickett, original member of the Berkeley Ecology Center's recycling program, as well as a longtime participant in Earth First! and forest preservation campaigns, both tell important stories about the history of recycling in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Keywords: recycling; ecology; Ecology Emerges; Berkeley Ecology Center; Brisbane; incinerator; NIMBY
Downloads: 448
[movies]Saul Bloom on nukes the USS Missouri - Shaping San Francisco
Saul Bloom of ARC/Ecology in San Francisco describes his history as a Greenpeace staffer and early involvement in anti-nuke politics, with a focus on the campaign to stop the homeporting of the USS Missouri in San Francisco in the 1980s. The USS Missouri, during Reagan's administration, was slated to be redesigned to carry cruise missiles and thus become a first-strike launching pad for nuclear war.
Keywords: Nuclear weapons; nukes; anti-nuke; USS Missouri; homeporting; Fleet Week
Downloads: 427
[movies]The Sale of Alcatraz That Was Rescinded - Shaping San Francisco
Alvin Duskin and Jerry Mander describe the amazing story of Lamar Hunt's attempt to purchase Alcatraz from San Francisco in the late 1960s, and how they stopped it.
Keywords: Alcatra; Apollo 8; Victorian San Francisco; Oil Terminal; Lamar Hunt
Downloads: 535
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Oscar Grande - Shaping San Francisco
Oscar Grande is an organizer with PODER in San Francisco's Mission District, an organization dedicated to environmental and social justice.
Keywords: Environmental justice; ecology; urban agriculture; economic growth; transportation; urban gardens; racism; Mission District
Downloads: 261
[movies]Movement, Generation, and Moments of Excess, March 16, 2011 - Shaping San Francisco
"The past is not dead, it is living in us, and will be alive in the future which we are now helping to make." - William Morris With the apparent end of one era and the dawning of a new â and unknown one â we thus turn our attention to the question of inheritance and new generations. We want to think about the way political generations form, and whether the experience of past generations can play a useful role in this...
Keywords: anti-globalization; activism; summits; Free Association; radical politics; PM Press; Shaping SF; CounterPULSE; revolution
Downloads: 387
[movies]Struggles of the Balkans and Romani in Fact and Fiction - Shaping San Francisco
Not only have the Balkans been obliterated by NATO 'humanitarian intervention', eviscerated by imposed neoliberal economic restructuring, and their peoples, particularly the Roma gypsy flung to the corners of the earth, but they've suffered the indignities of centuries of lies, caricature, distortion, and misinformation. Here to discuss, disturb and offer a gentle corrective or two, is a panel of folks from the Balkans and its environs including Andrej Grubacic, Yugoslav author, most recently, o...
Keywords: PM Press; Yugoslavia; Balkans; Roma; Gypsy; European history; Shaping San Francisco; SSF; CounterPULSE; politics; revolution
Downloads: 161
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Saul Bloom - Shaping San Francisco
Saul Bloom is the director of ARC/Ecology in San Francisco where he has been deeply involved in local military base decommissioning, ecological and economic agitation, and working for environmental and social justice. He got his start with Greenpeace in the late 1970s and was instrumental in the fight against the homeporting of the USS Missouri in the 1980s. Part of the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history project, documenting the arc of environmental activism from conservation t...
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; Greenpeace; ARC/Ecology; USS Missouri; Hunter's Point Naval Base; Alameda Naval Air Station; Mare Island
Downloads: 245
[movies]Ecology Emerges: John Knox - Shaping San Francisco
One of the interviews under the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history collection, tracing the arc from conservation to environmental justice, 1960s to the present. John Knox is the executive director of the Earth Island Institute, the third environmental organization founded by David Brower. EII is an incubator for dozens of other ecology activist organizations, and Knox has been at the epicenter of many of them since the early 1980s.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; environmental justice; Earth Island Institute; Friends of the Earth; David Brower
Downloads: 264
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Peter Berg - Shaping San Francisco
Peter Berg was one of the original San Francisco Diggers and went on to co-found the Planet Drum Foundation. He was at the first UN Conference on the Environment in Stockholm Sweden in 1972, was one of the originators of Bioregionalism, and has been at the heart of many ecological battles, including California's Peripheral Canal. This is part of the "Ecology Emerges" oral history interview collection by Shaping San Francisco, tracing the arc of environmental activism from conservation to environ...
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; bioregionalism; watersheds; Peripheral Canal; Diggers
Downloads: 348
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Kirsten Schwind - Shaping San Francisco
Part of the "Ecology Emerges" oral history interviews covering the last 50 years history of Bay Area ecological activism, from conservation to environmental justice. Kirsten Schwind is a director of Bay Localize, a project spanning a number of ecological intiatives in planning, transportation, community development, urban agriculture and sustainability.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; urban design; regional planning; relocalization; Bay Localize
Downloads: 188
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